CLEVELAND — Indians fantastic Kenny Lofton is again in Cleveland this week to endorse his latest task in the area of films.
In the course of his 17-year MLB job, the center-fielder introduced a large amount of enjoyment to the town but is now hoping to bring that exact enthusiasm to the theaters.
This past weekend, Lofton launched a 6-town theatrical roadshow to endorse ‘Chokehold’, an MMA themed criminal offense drama starring Casper Van Dien and Lochlyn Munro.
The eight-time producer stopped by WKYC on Monday and spoke with Jim Donovan about his latest movie release.
“It can be about a lady who is a fighter. It’s an underground Russian-form of league that she is coming again to avenge her father’s loss of life. So, she’s battling a certain model, her dad desired her to struggle a certain model, but she did not want to — so she left. Her dad finished up having killed so she came again to avenge his loss of life and had to go into the Russian’s underground battling entire world to do that.”
Lofton, earning a film and Television set and Film diploma from College of Arizona, launched his very own Television set and film production firm, FilmPool Inc. in 2004.
The 6-time All-Star also talked baseball with Jimmy and more importantly, his time in this article with the Indians.
“I often notify individuals, Cleveland has some of the finest lovers in any town since of the dedication they have to sports activities. It was a Browns town, and it nevertheless is since individuals nevertheless love the Browns, but the Indians and Cavs have been commencing to get on top rated of that wheel of enjoyment. They are the biggest lovers since when you earn, they are there, and when you get rid of, they are nevertheless there but when you genuinely earn, everyone arrives out and needs to be a part of it… I often notify individuals, Cleveland place me on the map.”
While in Cleveland, Lofton will endorse the film at a screening, as perfectly as satisfy and greets and autograph classes at the Tower Town Cinema on both equally Monday, Feb. 18 and Tuesday, Feb. 19th at 7:30 p.m.